Meade Makes Move to 8 Man

Brock Kappelmann - August 26, 2020 1:03 pm

After winning two state titles during the past 10 years (2012 and 2010), the Meade Buffaloes become the latest area team to move to 8 man.  Meade jumps into a pool which is becoming more and more crowded.  Satanta, Turpin, and Beaver have also made that jump in the past decade.

Justin Powell is back for his fourth year as head coach.  The Buffaloes were a playoff team in their last 11 man season in 2019 going 3-7.  But the Buffaloes return seven starters on offense and defense as they turn to 8 man ball.  They have just three seniors but have a strong junior class, most of whom have played varsity since they were freshman.

Two of the MHS captains are Jr. TB/LB Korben Clawson and Jr. G/NT Cullen Lumry.  Meade was featured during the Sportsguys on Wednesday morning.


September 4- at South Central

September 11- at Ingalls

September 18- Satanta (102.7)

September 25- Spearville

October 2- at South Gray

October 9- Wichita County

October 16- at Ness City

October 23- Hodgeman County


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